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Filter 'Edited/Developed' photos

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Is there a simple way to filter edited or "developed" photos among all the imported RAW files on my devices running Lightroom CC? Often I have 200-300 RAW files and I develop say 20 of them. I would quickly like to filter these so that I can export/share them to my HD or mobile device internal storage.

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Filter 'Edited/Developed' photos

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Is there a simple way to filter edited or "developed" photos among all the imported RAW files on my devices running Lightroom CC? Often I have 200-300 RAW files and I develop say 20 of them. I would quickly like to filter these so that I can export/share them to my HD or mobile device internal storage.

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There isn't a "latest version of CC", so could you clarify which program you are talking about? "CC" was dropped some months ago, so are you talking about Lightroom Classic (the traditional folder-based desktop program), or the "cloud" version which is now just called Lightroom? However, "cloud" Lightroom runs on several platforms: there's a Desktop version for Mac and Windows, there are Mobile versions for iOS and Android, and there's a Web version for web browsers. These "cloud" apps are similar but not identical, so we need to know the specific app/platform combination in order to be able to answer your question.

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Lightroom Creative Cloud, Not Classic.

Running it on Mac, IOS, iPadOS

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OK, in all those apps you can filter using the search bar. Just start typing "edited" into the search bar (without the quotes) and you'll see a drop down list of options appear: in the Lightroom Desktop app you'll see a "Yes" or "No" option, in the iOS apps you'll see either "Edited" or "Not Edited" options. Click/tap as appropriate to run the filter.

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